Rangers is your space, where you get together with other girls from 14 to 18 to have fun, learn more, give back, hang out, just be you.

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It’s regular meetings with your local group, trips around the UK and abroad, making a difference to the things you care about. It’s an open and relaxed space to talk with good friends — it’s qualifications and badges and awards. It’s the freedom to do what makes you happy.

Rangers is what you make of it. Whether you’re just joining or have been in Girlguiding for years, Rangers gives you the chance to focus on the things you love and care about, to be more independent, and to challenge yourself. You might want to design an app, or make an animation or vlog, or learn a new sport, or start a petition, or trace your family tree, or connect with nature. You might want to become a volunteer camping leader or first-aider or young leader. You might want to work towards a Duke of Edinburgh’s Award or join our Advocate Panel. You might just want to relax with your Ranger friends, sharing thoughts and stories and dreams. The possibilities are many, and the choices are all yours.

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The next step in her guiding journey

When your daughter becomes old enough they’ll be able to continue their Girlguiding journey as an adult volunteer and become part of our community of women having adventures, gaining skills and making memories to last a lifetime.

You can find out more about the process on the Girlguiding UK website